Hotels in Spain
Camino de Santiago - from Roncesvalles to Santiago de Compostela
Summer season is the most recommended
Whole or in parts, on foot or by bicycle, alone or accompanied, the Camino de Santiago is the event that gather Christianity together around the goal that thousands of pilgrims chase: the arrival in the city of Santiago de Compostela.
But surely the Camino de Santiago is a vital opportunity to get to know all kinds of people, places of outstanding natural beauty, home cooked food in small villages, and of course, oneself.
San Fermin - Pamplona, Navarra
First week of July
The best known festivals in the world are held in the city of Pamplona, Navarra. Since Hemingway talked about the hard relationship between the bull and the man that is brought to life in San Fermin, millions of people have gone to this simply unique party.
In the San Fermin, you can enjoy a week of bull racing, 24 hours festive atmosphere, and all sorts of activities on the street day and night.
Holy Week - All cities in Spain
During Holy Week
The different sensitivities that make up the country called Spain are shown in a very particular way during Holy Week. From Seville’s passion to the sobriety of Valladolid, the fervor of the sound of thousands of drums of Calanda or the distinction of Toledo, the holy week reveals some of the keys to the amazing variety of idiosyncrasies in Spain.
Tomatina - Buñol, Valencia
The last Wednesday in August (10:00 am to 1:00 pm)
A rain of tomatoes is the origin of possibly the most surprising event in Spain. Tens of thousands of people attend the tomato fight that the city of Buñol organizes each year.
After a night of celebration, according to tradition, participants will compete for the soap stick, which starts the Tomatina. Later on, a truck comes, carrying tons of tomatoes that serve as ammunition for the participants. All against all, the crowd throws and get the impact of tomatoes in their faces and bodies during the whole party.